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Old 01-04-2005, 01:38 AM   #1036
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Looking to get this for my first nitro car. The track I'm gonna be runnin on is a 125 by 100 ft..its fast as hell...a real road course. Will the car have enough steering for the track?
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Old 01-04-2005, 01:41 AM   #1037
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i assume you have had RC cars before???? If this is your first car you would be much better off with a VoneS or FW05.
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Get a mini-z and hop it up to fit your style.
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Old 01-04-2005, 05:26 AM   #1040
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i now race a rrr. but if it was my first car i would get a mtx3. they are very durable, very easy to work on. i learned with a mtx3--- very helpful.
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Old 01-04-2005, 06:59 AM   #1041
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Does anyone know what Josh and Adrien used as the new muffler stay on their RRR's??

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Old 01-04-2005, 11:35 AM   #1042
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does anyone have a good one way set up for extreme high bite track with flowing turns.
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Does anyone know what Josh and Adrien used as the new muffler stay on their RRR's??

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Dunno what they use but I use the FW-05 post attached to the top plate

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was it the 3racing FW05 muffler post?

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was it the 3racing FW05 muffler post?

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Did you drill a new hole or use the existing spare one on the top deck?
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Did you drill a new hole or use the existing spare one on the top deck?
Drilled a new one as its too long and touches the centre bulk

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Thanks alot Ziggy

when you drilled it did the carbon flake or split?

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when you drilled it did the carbon flake or split?

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No. Use a sharp drill and place the deck on a piece of wood.

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No. Use a sharp drill and place the deck on a piece of wood.

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I have been thinking of cutting off the old mount and sandwitching the bulkhead between the chassis and an aluminium mount! I haven't had any proobs with the plastic mount though!
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